Switchvoice Selected as Main Hardware Service Provider for Equilux Aero's Innovative Inflight Entertainment Project PDF Print E-mail
Monday, 12 July 2021 11:51

Switchvoice Ltd is thrilled to announce that it has been chosen as the primary hardware service provider for Equilux Aero's cutting-edge inflight entertainment project. Equilux Aero, in collaboration with Immfly, is on a mission to keep airlines and passengers seamlessly connected "among the clouds."

The heart of this exciting project is the introduction of an x86-based inflight entertainment system, set to revolutionize the way passengers experience air travel.



Key Highlights of this Collaboration:


  • Strategic Selection: Switchvoice Ltd is honored to have been selected as the key hardware service provider for Equilux Aero's ambitious venture, demonstrating a shared commitment to delivering exceptional inflight entertainment solutions.
  • Pioneering Vision: Equilux Aero, in partnership with Immfly, envisions an inflight entertainment system that ensures passengers are connected and entertained throughout their journey, enriching the inflight experience like never before.
  • Next-Generation Technology: The x86-based inflight entertainment system is at the forefront of technology, promising an array of features and services that will make air travel more enjoyable and engaging for passengers.


Mr. Dimitar Penev, CEO of Switchvoice Ltd, expressed his enthusiasm about this collaboration: "Being selected as the main hardware service provider for Equilux Aero's project is a testament to our commitment to innovation in the inflight entertainment industry. We look forward to contributing our expertise to bring this pioneering vision to life."

The partnership between Switchvoice Ltd and Equilux Aero represents a shared dedication to transforming inflight entertainment, making it more accessible, engaging, and enjoyable for passengers, and further solidifying Switchvoice Ltd's position as a leader in the industry.

For more information on this exciting collaboration and the upcoming x86-based inflight entertainment system, please stay tuned for further updates.